Pile of Words - II - CORPORA

About: corpora: 1.9 billion - 45 million words each: free online access

      A dictionary is a pile of words networked together.  A language corpora (see link) is a pile of words as used in literature & other sources with the context around them.  I am developing a corpora for the ming language as developed by Genesthai. A first attempt is a concordance of the 1000 word pile. As I add other files such as poetry, geometry books, commentary on the yi king & others it will get more clear how those words are used & perhaps a good grasp on meanings.   It will never be perfect & precise since it was intended otherwise.
     Artificial intelligence or computer processing of natural language attempts to parse & obtain the meaning of words via corpora such as the about link.  Without the human sense of language there will be cognitive dissonance & confusion of purposes - precision versus experience. Nothing even approaches the strange sense of language; mechanistic materialistic electro-chemical science notwithstanding with computer processing.
     The theory that words have meaning or that meaning exists only in the individual is an interesting one, but suffers from experience that on occasions there is communication & science even, & the law pretend to be exact in that communication.
      I have a theory , a wallaby which must at this time wait for a more accepting time & completeness of hostility which approaches the leviathan one of Bozo, but takes us farther into the pile.

A Wallaby
Quote: Aldous Huxley
" Some people never consciously discover their antipodes. Others make an occasional landing. Yet others (but they are few) find it easy to go and come as they please. For the naturalist of the mind, the collector of psychological specimens, the primary need is some safe, easy, and reliable method of transporting himself and others from the Old World to the New, from the continent of familiar cows and horses to the continent of the wallaby and the platypus.
Two such methods exist. Neither of them is perfect; but both are sufficiently reliable, sufficiently easy, and sufficiently safe to justify their employment by those who know what they are doing. In the first case the soul is transported to its far-off destination by the aid of a chemical - either mescalin or lysergic acid. In the second case, the vehicle is psychological in nature, and the passage to the mind’s antipodes is accomplished by hypnosis "


Aldous Huxley
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It doesn’t need drugs or hypnosis the process is always active. - M.R.
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  1. corpora
  2. wallaby
  3. pile of words

Comments


Mark de LA says
seth 2014-05-16 10:43:14 17389
well just know that i am still listening
The clearing for something unrecognizable to be related to, the occurring of which, if ever, is only on the other side of that which is recognizable - occurs with the assuming that there is an IS of some kind in the clearing which is not clear if your cup is overflowing in the space.



Mark de LA says
seth 2014-05-16 10:22:03 17389
but of course your wallaby ... to which of course i want to listen intently ... is not about the use of the word "pile".

source: mark
The theory that words have meaning or that meaning exists only in the individual is an interesting one, but suffers from experience that on occasions there is communication & science even, & the law pretend to be exact in that communication.

That words must be interpreted by individual people to garner meaning is not contradicted by the fact that we do usefully communicate.  Metaphorically each word use does not have an absolute value ... any more than a dollar has some absolute value when you purchase something at a swap meet ... or any place else for that matter. 

Incidentally i like your Huxly quote ... and the new word "antipodes".  How is that connected to your wallaby?

This introduces the possibility of a wallaby given an opening for the possibility of one.  The wallaby is still concealed.



Mark de LA says
Einai 2014-05-16 10:41:06 17389
seth 2014-05-16 10:22:03 17389
but of course your wallaby ... to which of course i want to listen intently ... is not about the use of the word "pile".

source: mark
The theory that words have meaning or that meaning exists only in the individual is an interesting one, but suffers from experience that on occasions there is communication & science even, & the law pretend to be exact in that communication.

That words must be interpreted by individual people to garner meaning is not contradicted by the fact that we do usefully communicate.  Metaphorically each word use does not have an absolute value ... any more than a dollar has some absolute value when you purchase something at a swap meet ... or any place else for that matter. 

Incidentally i like your Huxly quote ... and the new word "antipodes".  How is that connected to your wallaby?

This introduces the possibility of a wallaby given an opening for the possibility of one.  The wallaby is still concealed.


Just as an amusement you can type in a location like California & find the antipode on the other side of the world as illustrated here.


Mark de LA says
Interesting to me is that the du does not appear in my current corpora - in actual use in the hexagram translations.  I spent a good deal of time chasing down where it was used.  Then something prompted me to look in the projective geometry books. Voilla! there it is in the title of Copper Kettle with the meaning of crucible blended in.  See the translated fon cheek here.

this may relate more easily to 17387 and the casserole as well.

Mark de LA says
New translater input:
loo toong du and chur tee moong dan shu and liung tung gee moo foong dai kan shuo yeoo

Mark de LA says
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CknHVdMZ5xg

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